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    Pork Rinds question

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    What are pork rinds fried in? The labels never say.

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    Usually in their own lard.

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    I don't care what they are fried in, I eat the crap out of them. I bought a giant tub at Sam's Club with 36 servings on it and I think I'll be lucky to get 10 servings out of it by the time I finish it.

    I FUCKING LOVE PORK RINDS.

    Although if they are fried in their own lard then I suddenly feel MUCH less guilty about it, haha!

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    We love them at our house with egg salad! Especially the spicey ones. If we are getting low we call them PIG FUR -- for some reason doing that keeps my daughter out of them for a couple days and makes more for us!

    Rivven: I sure wish you had a little more enthusiasm!

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    In this video, they say "lard"


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    I keep wanting to try these and my husband keeps telling me that I will hate them. I don't want to buy a package and prove him right. haha

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    Pork rinds are amazing. I use them to dip in tuna fish made w/ avocado (instead of mayo). They are the best thing I've found for a "chip texture" replacement. Not to mention I like the taste.

    Adrianne: give them a try, you can usually find them for $2 or less a bag... it's worth at least that to see if you like them. Try the plain ones though, the flavored ones (unless you flavored them yourself) usually have a bunch of junk in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darienx19 View Post
    Pork rinds are amazing. I use them to dip in tuna fish made w/ avocado (instead of mayo). They are the best thing I've found for a "chip texture" replacement. Not to mention I like the taste.

    Adrianne: give them a try, you can usually find them for $2 or less a bag... it's worth at least that to see if you like them. Try the plain ones though, the flavored ones (unless you flavored them yourself) usually have a bunch of junk in them.
    Sweet, I will give them a shot!

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    If you have a Hispanic market you can find them fresh in the deli, and they will season them there with pure seasonings. Other than there I have only found one brand that has decent ingredients for the seasoned ones.

    NOTE: Do NOT smell the bag when you first open them up, you may not want to try them. Also, not a great idea to watch Charolettes Web or Bab while you are trying them for the first time

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    Quote Originally Posted by redflame View Post
    if you have a hispanic market you can find them fresh in the deli, and they will season them there with pure seasonings. Other than there i have only found one brand that has decent ingredients for the seasoned ones.

    Note: Do not smell the bag when you first open them up, you may not want to try them. Also, not a great idea to watch charolettes web or bab while you are trying them for the first time
    lmfao

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